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Jasper Collins
WR #13
Height:
5-11
Weight:
188
College:
Mount Union
Hometown:
Geneva, N.Y.
Experience:
1

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     First-year pro joins Bengals for 2014 as waiver acquisition from Pittsburgh ... Spent time as a rookie last season on Cleveland and Miami practice squads ... Joined Steelers in January of ’14 as a Reserve/Future signee ... Caught 37 career TD passes at Mount Union.
First-year pro joins Bengals for 2014 as waiver acquisition from Pittsburgh ... Spent time as a rookie last season on Cleveland and Miami practice squads ... Joined Steelers in January of ’14 as a Reserve/Future signee ... Caught 37 career TD passes at Mount Union.

    Career transactions: Signed with Miami as college free agent on 5-3-13 ... Waived (injured) by Dolphins on 7-31-13 ... Reverted to Dolphins Reserve/Injured list after clearing waivers on 8-1-13 ... Waived (injury settlement) by Dolphins on 8-3-13 ... Signed to Cleveland practice squad on 9-2-13 ... Released from Browns practice squad on 9-10-13 ... Signed to Miami practice squad on 11-19-13 ... Released from Dolphins practice squad on 11-26-13 ... Signed with Pittsburgh on 1-10-14 ... Waived by Steelers on 6-4-14 ... Acquired on waivers by Cincinnati on 6-5-14.

    2013: Entered NFL in May as college free agent with Miami ... Waived early in training camp, prior to preseason games ... On Cleveland practice squad for Week 1 of regular season ... On Miami practice squad for Week 12.

    College: Lettered four years (2009-12) at Division III powerhouse Mount Union, helping team to an overall 57-3 record, with a national championship his junior season ... Career totals of 232 receptions for 3527 yards with 37 TDs.

    Personal: Hometown is Geneva., N.Y. ... Attended Geneva High School, where he earned all-state honors in football while also lettering in basketball and track and field ... Sports business major at Mount Union.

    NOTE ABOUT NFL EXPERIENCE: Collins did not earn an accrued year of experience toward NFL free agency in 2013 because he was not on a 53-player roster, a Reserve/Injured list or a Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list for the required minimum of six games that season.

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